Masters-aged runners need to pay more attention to heat acclimation. Here's why.
Learn the difference between flexibility and mobility, and focus on the latter.
In a new series, we’ll be following along as Jacky prepares to take on her biggest challenge yet: running 240 miles across the desert and mountains around Moab.
One Indigenous runner didn't see her community reflected in running media, so she set out to build her own community based on representation and an intersectional awareness of barriers many runners of color still face.
The Rocky Mountain Slam, a series of five races through the Rockies, is the quirkiest and toughest race series in ultrarunning.
With three international additions and nothing below 100k - this change is sure to shake up the startline at the U.S.'s most competitive 100 miler.
Watch David Roche break down training tips and tricks for leveling up in your next ultramarathon.
Adding tempo running before or after intervals can contribute to major fitness gains during training builds.
Looking to take your nutrition to the next level? Get the low-down on all things fueling from our resident sports nutritionist.
How one woman is using an epic stage race to make running more inclusive.
The July 2021 study found that level, uphill, and downhill running economy are correlated except at the steepest grades. What does it mean for training?
An Indigenous runner reflects on her relationship to land, language and running.
Check out Trail Runner magazine's author page.
Strength and running coach Nell Rojas shares her favorite go-to strength workout.
Advanced training methods proven effective by scientists, coaches, and athletes.
Starting in 2022, The Hardrock 100 Endurance Run will update its lottery to get more women to the startline of the iconic mountain race.
Through a new study, researchers are trying to understand bone health in female ultrarunners.
For Meghan Hicks, running her third Hardrock 100-miler isn’t just about returning to competition for the first time in a year and a half — it’s about reuniting with the trail running community.
Dinée Dorame is the one-woman host, creator, and producer of the Grounded Podcast, on the intersection of running, culture, land and community. Through all of her work, Dorame builds upon a legacy: the values that her family and community have passed down to her.
Check out Lisa Chapello's author page.
This total-body strength workout is ideal for trail runners of all levels. Start with one round and work your way up to two to three sets.
How science is bridging the gap between physical and mental health.
The principles of this 8-week intermediate/advanced plan can improve speed and endurance even if you don’t plan to road race.
Check out Zoë Rom's author page.
At age 56, Catra Corbett is just getting warmed up.
Running requires your limbs to act independently, so it makes sense to strengthen them independently.
A historic day for the women's field, decisive leads from the male and female leaders and temperatures topping 101 made for an interesting day at the U.S.’s most competitive 100-miler.
After facing down 2020’s challenges as a healthcare worker, Katie Asmuth talks balance and resilience in getting ready for Western States.
Western States is famously competitive - and this year is shaping up to be one of the toughest competitions yet with hot temps, and a stacked field.
Here's how the septuagenarian has trained his body and mind to face the challenges of the WS-100's difficult course and expected blistering heat.
Replace gels with this recipe for real food maple apple cinnamon whole food blend.